It would be sold over the counter.
It was ruled a free-speech violation.
FDA says supply problems are due to relationship between DEA and manufacturers.
They say the labels limit free speech.
The papayas were grown in Mexico and distributed by a Texas-based company.
A new report outlines the difficulties that the agency is having.
The cilantro only sent to a few restaurants, and all of them have been alereted.
Oh, because they might cause heart attacks.
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They're pretty graphic.
And Rihanna is bringing mop tops back.
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And a British woman underwent 51 surgeries to look like Queen Nefertiti.
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A rather disturbing list of what exactly the FDA allows to be in your food.
He's not the only celebrity to have been felled by tuna.